7th women in ip International Forum
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Today, the ability to cooperate is a key driver for innovation and success. These mutual business activities take various forms, including licensing and distribution agreements, joint ventures and asset sales and acquisitions. It is inevitable that disputes arise as the occasional by-product of such activities.
Law suits are often time-consuming and they can be quite expensive so that Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) may be another option to deal with a disagreement between parties.
This year’s forum is dedicated to Alternative Dispute Resolution and its mechanisms.
We were able to set-up a highly attractive agenda for IP professionals having different levels of experiences with ADR. Overviews of the ADR- mechanisms, focusing particularly on mediation and arbitration in different jurisdiction, along with their benefits and pitfalls will be provided. There will be plenty opportunities to interact with the speakers and participants of the plenum discussion. Join and enjoy this journey into the world of Alternative Dispute Resolution.
Dr. Claudia Tapia , Director IPR Policy and Legal Academic Research at Ericsson
Industry view: Pros and Cons of ADR
Dr. Ruth Christophersen, Mediator, Patent Attorney at Christophersen & Partner
Overview of ADR: Alternative Dispute Resolution in all Forms
Chiara Accornero , Legal Officer at WIPO
Mediation with WIPO
Dr. Anne-Kristin Fricke, Judge at Regional Court Munich I
ADR with German Courts
Judge Faith S. Hochberg, Arbitrator and Mediator at Hochberg ADR & LLC
Practical insights from the US:arbitration, mediation, early neutral evaluation, and the use of mock court exercise
Miriam Kiefer (Moderation), Managing Partner at Kather, Augenstein, Rechtsanwälte
Stefanie Setz (Moderation), Partner at Lilge, Setz & Partner
Get-together / Quiz
Members are free. When registering, please use the wednesdays for women in ip promotion code.
Please note that no Xing membership is required for the registration.